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USB Chargers for Railway Vehicles

Almost everyone uses mobile electronic communication devices such as smartphones, tablets or notebooks today.

Talgo News

Russian railway operator RZD extends Talgo services to its most popular routes 

 The Russian railway operator RZD (Rossiyskie Zheleznye Dorogi) has entrusted Talgo with new services as it will use Talgo compositions to expand the capacity of one of its most popular passenger routes, connecting the country's two main cities: Moscow and St. Petersburg. Aside from this new service, which will begin operating on 20 August, Talgo’s compositions will provide an additional service between St. Petersburg and the city of Samara.

Siemens News

Mireo Plus decarbonises Europe’s railways

One of the reasons railways are the ‘greenest’ form of transport is that it is relatively easy to power trains by electricity – from overhead catenary or contact rails. However, electrification isn’t always viable for regional or local routes, and Siemens has developed a new platform which allows operators to fully decarbonise these operations efficiently and economically – Mireo Plus.

Huber+Suhner News


HUBER+SUHNER, a leading international manufacturer of components and systems for optical and electrical connectivity solutions, has extended the capabilities of its rail rooftop antennas with its launch of the railway industry’s first embedded dual-band GNSS receiving antenna that meets all of the industries’ stringent requirements.


KONE to equip phase two of Chongqing Metro Line 6 in China

KONE Corporation, a global leader in the elevator and escalator industry, will deliver 83 escalators and 20 elevators to the second phase of the Metro Line 6 in Chongqing, in southwest China.

HS2 News

Port Talbot manufacturing company successfully delivers for HS2

Wernick Buildings, based in Port Talbot, South Wales, has recently completed its first accommodation instalment supporting the construction of HS2, Britain’s new high-speed, low carbon railway.


Alstom and National Authority for Tunnels Celebrate Entry into Commercial Service of Cairo Metro Line 3 - Phase 4

Alstom has successfully supplied, tested and commissioned part of Cairo Metro line 3 - Ph4 with a total of 10 stations from Heliopolis to Adly Mansour. His excellency the Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi, the Prime Minister Dr. Mostafa Madbouly and the Minister of Transport, Kamel El Wazir, have inaugurated the line with the presence of Dr. Essam Wally the Chairman of NAT (National Authority for Tunnels), and Mena AZER, Project Manager of Alstom Egypt.

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